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CBI confirms details for taxonomy regulation and SFDR level 2 fast track processes

On 15 November 2021, the Central Bank of Ireland (“Central Bank”) issued a Notice formally confirming its intention to establish a fast-track filing process and also clarified the filing requirements for pre-contractual documentation updates in relation to the Taxonomy Regulation (“TR”) and Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation Level 2 measures (“SFDR L2”). The TR requirements will […]

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London

Squires poised for move into RBS’s former HQ

Squire Patton Boggs is looking to downsize its London office as it looks at new premises in nearby Premier Place in Bishopsgate. The firm is understood to be under offer for around 50,000 sq ft of space at Premier Place, 2-5 Devonshire Square, the former headquarters of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS). It occupies […]

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Beleaguered Squires set for further partner loss to Crowell

Squire Patton Boggs is to lose yet another lawyer to Crowell & Moring, making him the latest partner this year to join former London head Robert Weekes. Debt finance partner Andrew Knight is the latest defection from Squires’ London office. He has been at Squires for the past 11 years, having moved from legacy Speechly […]

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Squires quartet part ways with firm

Four more partners have left Squire Patton Boggs’ London office, in the wake of former managing partner Robert Weekes’ move to Crowell & Moring earlier this month. UK litigation head Laurence Winston and restructuring partners Paul Muscutt and Cathryn Williams are to part ways with the firm, while Robin Baillie in the infrastructure practice is […]

Budapest

Squires pulls the plug on Budapest in latest CEE exit

Squire Patton Boggs has closed its Budapest office following a strategic review that echoes the destiny of a number of international firms in the region. The US firm’s five-strong Budapest office, which officially shut in late January, was helmed by managing partner Akos Mester, who previously co-led the office with M&A lawyer Akos Eros as […]

The Lawyer turns 30: Best of Tulkinghorn

The Lawyer’s longest-serving employee is Tulkinghorn, who has been writing his diary column – on and off – since 1994. His first ever column, on 24 May that year, included a question of sexual deviancy and the first in a long-running series, legal lookalike, that continues to this day. 1997: Tulkinghorn soon emerged as a […]

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